Top 5 MOST DANGEROUS AIRPORTS You Would Never Want to Visit!

Top 5 MOST DANGEROUS AIRPORTS You Would Never Want to Visit!
I can”t believe they banned that airport..
Top 5 MOST DANGEROUS AIRPORTS You Would Never Want to Visit
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Top 5 MOST DANGEROUS AIRPORTS You Would Never Want to Visit!

18 thoughts on “Top 5 MOST DANGEROUS AIRPORTS You Would Never Want to Visit!”

  1. Atlanta international airport because a worldwide epidemic and could easily get a potentially deadly virus

  2. Hello random person scrolling in the comments remember that you are loved, you are appreciated, you are special,you are amazing
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  3. Narsarsuaq airport Greenland, is not a dangerous airport, and there are no volcanoes nearby. Volcanoes are in Iceland, And Iceland is another country!

  4. On the next video you should include Kai Tak Airport which was in Hong Kong. It qualifies as another dangerous airport because planes would have avoid crashing into buildings and mountains located into the north and the growth of the surrounding city caused it to exceed its landing capacity. It was situated so close to buildings that many residents complained of noise every time a plane was going to land. Landings there were extremely dramatic to experience and technically demanding for pilots. And since the airport was located in Victoria Harbour pilots would have to risk crashing into the water. Thankfully Kai Tak was closed in 1998 and planes would now land at the newly built airport in Chek Lap Kok.

  5. Imagine standing on the beach, practically being able to almost touch the landing gear of aircraft as they land and being sandblasted by aircraft as they spool up their engines for take off!!🛫✈️🛬 🏖 🏝 😎

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